Heather House - Fairfield, CA

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724 Ohio Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
: (707) 427-8566
: http://heatherhouse.org/

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Description: 90 Day Work Program
Heather House takes in homeless families for a two week emergency period during which they are stabilized and counseled. Once stabilized, they are graduated to a ninety day work program.   Through one on one case counseling, each family is connected to social and health services, given job training and empowered to economic independence via sustainable employment and housing.
It is the core belief of the Interfaith Council of Solano County Board of Directors and Staff that each individual who enters the Heather House Homeless Shelter is a valuable and capable human being who is yet to reach his or her potential.
By practicing unconditional positive regard and via thorough clinical intervention these individuals are helped to reach their potential with the objective of making them financially and socially independent. For over fifteen years since the existence of Heather House, each year an average of a hundred families have been graduated to job security and permanent housing without recidivism with a graduation rate of over eighty percent.
Project Home
In 2014 the Board and Management of Heather House launched Project Home. Project Home hopes to connect community to our cause. We plan to have open house sessions to invite public participation to help meet our service and financial goals. We are convinced that through equal partnership with our neighbors we can overcome the issue of homelessness in Solano County.
We accept donations from one dollar to more and request that everyone in the community help us with whatever they can in order to continue our life saving services to those less fortunate.
Mental Health Services
Heather House hopes to launch a pioneer program in collaboration with local state and county agencies in order to make available clinical intervention and mental health services to clients struggling with mental health issues such as substance abuse and other psychological disorders which prohibit them from integrating into normal society.
Through direct housing and intervention we plan to help high risk clients off the street and under a safe roof where services are brought to them so that they can get the clinical intervention they need. Meanwhile Heather House continues to provide referral to county social and health services in order to get clients substance abuse, domestic violence and other related counseling.


Do you have items to donate? Contact Heather House at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact Heather House at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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